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Jonathan Majors’ ex-girlfriend Grace Jabbari filed a lawsuit against the actor for defamation, assault and battery. Majors is pictured with current girlfriend Meagan Good at the 2024 NAACP Image Awards on March 16.

In the lawsuit filed Tuesday in New York federal court, the British actress claims Majors subjected her to a “pattern of pervasive domestic abuse that began in 2021 and extended through 2023.”

Jabbari claimed she alerted his management team about the abuse in 2021.

In an incident on Sept. 20, 2022, Majors “picked Grace up in the air and threw her against the hood of her car”.

The suit further alleges that he dragged her back into the house. He then “held his hands around her neck, stating that he wanted to kill her.”

In an incident in March 2023, Majors called 911 to report an “attempted suicide” at his Manhattan penthouse.


Police found Jabbari on the floor of his closet, naked from the waist down. Majors threw a blanket on her and the cops helped her up.

Jabbari told a different story than the one the Marvel actor gave cops.

She said they argued in a ride-share car and he struck a “hard blow across my head”. The blow opened up a gash behind her ear.


Despite the alleged abuse that went on for years, Jabbari stayed with Majors because he threatened suicide.

“Majors would threaten suicide in response to Grace’s attempts to understand why Majors became physically violent with her.”

Jabbari also alleges that Majors tarnished her reputation in his interview with “Good Morning America” following his guilty verdict in December.

Majors’ sentencing is delayed until April 8. He faces up to one year in jail.